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  • Norwich Elementary School

    Norwich Township firefighters Kyle Righter (right) and Luke Proffitt help a "victim" as Hilliard police officer Andy Anderson looks on during active-shooter response training March 25 at Norwich Elementary School.

    Authorities train for crisis scenarios

    It's a scenario no one likes to contemplate but a contingency police officers and medics say they cannot afford to dismiss.
    Debbie Lee (left) and Carol Lake help fill Easter eggs with candy March 11 at the Whitehall City School District's administrative offices in preparation for the city's egg hunt.

    Community Easter Egg hunts

    Happy Spring! Here's your guide to egg hunts, photos with the Easter Bunny, helicopter egg drops, kite flying and more.
  • Weather where you live

    Blooming delayed this spring

    Thanks to unseasonably cold weather and late season snows, central Ohio's spring blooms will be delayed.
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  • Athletes of the Year

    Area's best highlight winter sports season

    Now that the winter season has come to an end, it's time to announce the Athletes of the Year.
  • Super 12 Wrestling Team

    Marysville senior Taleb Rahmani defeated St. Charles' Tim Rooney 3-1 for his first state title.

    Rahmani continues Marysville's tradition

    For Marysville High School senior wrestler Taleb Rahmani, "anything less than a state title" in his senior season wasn't acceptable.
  • Boys Basketball

    D.J. Dingess of South shows his disappointment as he holds the runner-up trophy following a 65-57 loss to Huber Heights Wayne in the Division I state final March 28 at Ohio State. The Wildcats finished 27-2, setting a program record for wins in a season.

    Wildcats fall short of first state title

    Westerville South High School basketball player D.J. Dingess clutched the runner-up trophy following his team's 65-57 loss to Huber Heights Wayne in the Division I boys state title game March 28 at Ohio State.

Shamrocks expect to bounce back

Tim Saunders has established high standards for the Dublin Coffman baseball program during his tenure as coach.
Whetstone Roundup

Baseball team seeking City dominance

The Whetstone High School baseball team is looking to maintain its dominance in the City League this spring.
Gahanna Lincoln Roundup

'Killer' schedule to test softball squad

Coming off a season in which it went 28-3 overall and earned its fifth Division I district title in seven seasons, the Gahanna Lincoln High School softball team must fill holes in three of the most important positions on the field.

Warriors have high expectations

After losing just one player to graduation, the Westerville North High School softball team entered this season with high expectations.
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  • Table Talk

    Executive Chef Antonio Pologruto carves mushrooms in the kitchen of the Hilton Easton Friday, March 27. Pologruto will retire at the end of April, closing out a 60-year career.

    Retiring hotel chef spins a good yarn, earns respect

    Antonio Pologruto, opening chef of the Easton Hilton, bids farewell to a 60-year restaurant career at the end of the month.
  • The Gaslight Anthem will play the Newport Music Hall Saturday, March 28. Northcote opens. Tickets are $25. Visit

    Drummer's confession: He's a fan of the band

    The Gaslight Anthem drummer Benny Horowitz admitted that, while it might sound arrogant (or, as he put it, "Lars Ulrich-y"), he is a fan of The Gaslight Anthem.

City leaders, vendors gauging community's interest in food trucks

Worthington made its first foray into the trend of food trucks last summer, and as this summer approaches, city leaders and food-truck representatives are working together to more properly legislate the mobile vendors.

Curtain calls

Two area musical productions of vastly different tones wrap this weekend.

Fischer's Fab Five

Jazz Arts Group, Tycho, Stevie Wonder and more.
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